Wow, nice find.
reply to ipman I did a similar thing - I have the ptm connection bridged with 1 vlan, and then the router's local LAN trunked on top of that with a separate vlan.So now my router can see both the internet connection side (vlan5 in my case) and the router's LAN so I can still access the configuration page (vlan6) through a single ethernet port.Been working this way for a few months now.--University of Southern California - Fight On!
reply to ipman I am very curious to know if something like this will work for motorola's 2210 or 2310 modems. In particular the latter since that would mean truly bridged VDSL2.
reply to Thinkdiff Thinkdiff, do you mind posting some instructions? Thanks!
The instructions are in the link